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The Return of the C:\ Prompt? (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft plans new text-based controls for Windows Vista.

Tiny Startups To King Microsoft All Extolling Software As 'Utility' (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - The makers of such software keep it on their own servers and dole it out to customers via the Internet as needed, sort of like a utility.

Critical Flaw Detected in Windows Metafile (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A vulnerability has been discovered in Microsoft Windows that allows hackers to remotely access PCs and install malware through an imaging-handling technology in the operating system.

Backer of Microsoft Challenge Steps Down (AP)
AP - Massachusetts' tech adviser is resigning after leading the state to embrace an open, nonproprietary electronic data format that challenges Microsoft Corp.'s dominant Office suite of business software.

Plugged In: Microsoft Office Opens Up? (PC World)
PC World - Plus: TiVo recordings on iPods, and Amazon's worst-paying job.

The 10 Biggest Microsoft Surprises of 2005 (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - What were the most surprising Microsoft moments in 2005? Here's our list. What juicy items did we miss?

Microsoft Office "12" Preview (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - I've been playing with the new Microsoft Office beta recently, and find a lot to like as well as some frustrations.

NBC Acquires Majority Stake in MSNBC (AP)
An NBC Universal billboard is seen at the NBC studios in Brubank, California, May 19, 2004. NBC Universal said on Friday it has bought control of cable channel MSNBC, unraveling a joint venture with Microsoft Corp. as the software giant continues to shift away from content production. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - NBC is acquiring a majority stake in MSNBC from Microsoft Corp., giving NBC greater control over the struggling all-news cable channel and further scaling back the software giant's media ambitions.


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Gartner Warns About Vista Metadata Problem (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Windows Vista, the next version of Microsoft's Windows client operating system, will give users the ability to search for files by looking for information in the file's metadata tags. However, a report by I.T. research firm Gartner warned that allowing users to search for metadata tags in this manner could result in private information being inadvertently disclosed.

NBC to take control of MSNBC network from Microsoft (AFP)
Media group NBC Universal said it was to take control of 24-hour US cable channel MSNBC under an overhaul of its 10-year-old alliance with software giant Microsoft(MSNBC)AFP - Media group NBC Universal said it was to take control of 24-hour US cable channel MSNBC under an overhaul of its 10-year-old alliance with software giant Microsoft.


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File-Sharing Barons Face Day of Reckoning (AP)
AP - Weeks before the original Napster shut down for good in 2001, Internet users were flocking to alternative song-swapping programs. Nearly 20 million people used Morpheus in its first four months, for example, to trade music and other files for free online. But the man behind Morpheus was worried. Michael Weiss figured popularity could bring its own perils.

Cos. Use Online Magazines to Woo Customers (AP)
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld poses with a Superman action figure in this handout photo from American Express after  unveiling American Express'  Superman 'webisode' at W Hotel in New York in this file photo from  March 29, 2004. American Express Co. made a big splash in 2004 with two 'webisodes,' online video stories about five minutes long with comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his pal, Superman. The company's site received 3 million visitors 'in a fairly short time,' company spokeswoman Judy Tenzer said. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, American Express,File )AP - The site promises "simple solutions for easy living," offering tips on dinners, decorating, cleaning and organizing your home. After planning out your housework, you can download music from a theme playlist — prepare dinner, for example, to such songs as Duran Duran's "Hungry Like The Wolf."


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Annual Gadget Show Is Biggest Ever (AP)
Attendees look up at a display of Philips plasma televisions at the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, January 6, 2005. This year's show will feature a cornucopia of gadgets, ranging from advances in satellite car radios to luminescent fibers that promise to turn clothing into wearable lamps and camera phones that can take nighttime pictures without flashbulbs. REUTERS/Mike BlakeAP - Do you want to catch "Saturday Night Live" on Sunday, or "Nightline" in the morning? Would you like to watch the football game in a doctor's waiting room or 2,000 miles from home?


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Spicy Blogger Leaves Attorney's Office (AP)
AP - A young federal prosecutor who was revealed as the author of a spicy blog about the judiciary is leaving the inner circle. David Lat, who had been the anonymous writer of "Underneath Their Robes," left his job as an assistant U.S. attorney in Newark.

White House Says Web Site Counts Visitors (AP)
A U.S. Marine stands among lighted Christmas trees at dusk as he guards the West Wing of the White House in Washington December 5, 2005. The volume of information gathered from telephone and Internet communications by the National Security Agency without court-approved warrants was much larger than the White House has acknowledged, The New York Times reported on Saturday. REUTERS/Jason ReedAP - The White House said Friday its Web tracking technology is consistent with federal rules because it only counts the number of visitors anonymously and doesn't record personal information.


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Disney applies ESPN model to broadband strategy (Reuters)
Reuters - For years ESPN has thrived as one of the most lucrative franchises on U.S. cable TV, commanding high license fees for the loyal viewers who expect to see the sports network in their basic subscription packages.

Samsung and LG.Philips start new LCD production (Reuters)
A South Korean model poses next to Samsung Electronics' 50 inch High Definition Plasma Display Panel TV which has the contrast ratio of 10,000:1 in this handout picture released May 26, 2005. Samsung Electronics, the world's largest maker of flat screens, said on Sunday it was set to start up its newest mass production line for liquid crystal display TV panels, three months ahead of schedule. (Samsung Electronics/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Samsung Electronics (005930.KS), the world's largest maker of flat screens, said on Sunday it was set to start up its newest mass production line for liquid crystal display TV panels, three months ahead of schedule.


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Serbia Police Search for Ex-Mobtel Exec (AP)
AP - Police issued a search warrant Monday for a former executive of Serbia-Montenegro's main mobile phone provider, Mobtel, after he allegedly ignored an information request.

Web 2.0, Wikis, Commercial Open Source All Came Of Age (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - The top tech ideas of 2005 covered a wide terrain. They shared two important traits, both of them fitting in this cautious, post-bubble market.

Windows flaw greets the new year (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Fully patched systems running Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are open to attack from malicious hackers, various security firms warned last week. And what’s the Windows vulnerability this time? A newly discovered flaw in the way those two Windows versions handle .WMF (Windows Metafile) graphic files.

Disney applies ESPN model to broadband strategy (Reuters)
Reuters - For years ESPN has thrived as one of the most lucrative franchises on U.S. cable TV, commanding high license fees for the loyal viewers who expect to see the sports network in their basic subscription packages.

File-Sharing Barons Face Day of Reckoning (AP)
AP - Weeks before the original Napster shut down for good in 2001, Internet users were flocking to alternative song-swapping programs. Nearly 20 million people used Morpheus in its first four months, for example, to trade music and other files for free online. But the man behind Morpheus was worried. Michael Weiss figured popularity could bring its own perils.

Cos. Use Online Magazines to Woo Customers (AP)
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld poses with a Superman action figure in this handout photo from American Express after  unveiling American Express'  Superman 'webisode' at W Hotel in New York in this file photo from  March 29, 2004. American Express Co. made a big splash in 2004 with two 'webisodes,' online video stories about five minutes long with comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his pal, Superman. The company's site received 3 million visitors 'in a fairly short time,' company spokeswoman Judy Tenzer said. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, American Express,File )AP - The site promises "simple solutions for easy living," offering tips on dinners, decorating, cleaning and organizing your home. After planning out your housework, you can download music from a theme playlist — prepare dinner, for example, to such songs as Duran Duran's "Hungry Like The Wolf."


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White House Says Web Site Counts Visitors (AP)
A U.S. Marine stands among lighted Christmas trees at dusk as he guards the West Wing of the White House in Washington December 5, 2005. The volume of information gathered from telephone and Internet communications by the National Security Agency without court-approved warrants was much larger than the White House has acknowledged, The New York Times reported on Saturday. REUTERS/Jason ReedAP - The White House said Friday its Web tracking technology is consistent with federal rules because it only counts the number of visitors anonymously and doesn't record personal information.


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Contractor Investigated for White House Site Tracking (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The White House has started an investigation to determine if a government contractor used banned Internet tracking technologies to analyze usage and traffic at www.whitehouse.gov.

Online Holiday Shoppers Spend $30 Billion (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Online retailers enjoyed strong holiday sales this year, as consumers spent some $30.1 billion shopping on the World Wide Web, up 30 percent from last year.

Web services thrive, but outages outrage users (Reuters)
A screenshot from the photo-sharing website flickr.com is shown. Web sites that share blogs, bookmarks and photos exploded in popularity in 2005, but in recent weeks a number of major outages left users stranded and frustrated. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Web sites that share blogs, bookmarks and photos exploded in popularity in 2005, but in recent weeks a number of major outages left users stranded and frustrated.


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Google sued over Internet call technology (AFP)
A small New York technology firm said it was suing search titan Google for up to five billion dollars for patent violation in the Internet telephony software used in Google Talk(Google)AFP - A small New York technology firm said it was suing search titan Google for up to five billion dollars for patent violation in the Internet telephony software used in Google Talk.


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China Shuts 598 Sites for Online Smut (AP)
AP - Chinese police have closed 598 Web sites in a crackdown on pornography, but online gambling and fraud are growing, state media said Friday.

ANALYSIS: Half-baked Web sites set bad tone for films (Reuters)
Director Peter Jackson (C) poses with the cast of 'King Kong' Adrian Brody (L), Naomi Watts (2nd L), Jack Black (2nd R) and Andy Serkis in front of a large King Kong in Times Square in New York December 5, 2005. As of Tuesday, the end of its first two weeks in release, Jackson's remake had amassed $128 million in the U.S. and $153.6 million internationally, for a combined worldwide haul of $282.1 million. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)Reuters - It's far too early to write any obituaries for "King Kong."


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